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For Chemical Manufacturers that Don’t Want to Compromise: Process Industries for Microsoft Dynamics AX

There are a host of ERP available to chemical manufacturers—the challenge is selecting the right one that offers a baseline product with industry-specific functionality. But many ERP applications are not industry-specific and require major modifications, or, one must select from an industry template that may or may not fit specific needs. Today’s chemical manufacturing companies no longer have to compromise. Find out why.
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